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# Provincially Matched Correlations by Subject

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# Physics (20 & 30)

### Physics 20 Key Concepts

• Unit A: Kinematics
• scalar and vector quantities
• uniform and uniformly accelerated motion
• two-dimensional motion
• Unit B: Dynamics
• Newton’s laws of motion
• inertia
• static and kinetic friction
• gravitational force
• Newton’s law of universal gravitation
• gravitational field
• Unit C: Circular Motion, Work and Energy
• uniform circular motion
• mechanical energy
• conservation of mechanical energy
• work-energy theorem
• power
• Unit D: Oscillatory Motion and Mechanical Waves
• oscillatory motion
• simple harmonic motion
• oscillating spring, pendulum
• mechanical and acoustic resonance
• mechanical waves – longitudinal and transverse
• reflection
• interference
• Doppler effect

### Physics 30 Key Concepts

• Unit A: Momentum and Impulse
• impulse and momentum
• Newton’s laws of motion
• elastic and inelastic collisions
• Unit B: Forces and Fields
• electric charge and conservation of charge
• Coulomb’s law
• electric and magnetic fields
• electric potential difference
• charge quantization – Millikan’s experiment
• electromagnetic induction
• speed and propagation of EMR
• reflection, refraction, diffraction, and interference
• total internal reflection and Snell’s law
• photoelectric effect
• Compton effect
• Unit D: Atomic Physics
• charge-to-mass ratio (Thomson’s experiment)
• spectra: continuous, line emission and line absorption
• energy levels (states)
• de Broglie hypothesis
• quantum mechanical model
• half-life, nuclear decay and reactions
Kinematics. Momentum and Impulse (11/12)

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Dynamics, Forces and Fields (11/12)

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Circular Motion, Work and Energy (11)

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Oscillatory Motion and Waves (11)

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Electromagnetic Radiation and Atomic Physics (12)

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# Biology (20 & 30)

### Biology 20 Key Concepts

• Unit A: Energy and Matter Exchange in the Biosphere
• biosphere
• energy, biomass and numbers
• carbon, nitrogen, oxygen and phosphorus cycles
• water properties
• Unit B: Ecosystems and Population Change
• ecosystems
• biotic/abiotic characteristics
• population, natural selection, species
• Unit C: Photosynthesis and Cellular Respiration
• absorption of light by pigments
• light-dependent and independent reactions
• glycolysis, Krebs cycle, and electron transport systems
• aerobic and anaerobic respiration
• Unit D: Human Systems
• structure and function of major systems: respiratory, digestive, excretory, circulatory and motor
• chemical nature of carbohydrates, proteins, lipids
• chemical and physical digestion, digestive enzymes
• gas exchange
• composition of blood

### Biology 30 Key Concepts

• Unit A: Nervous and Endocrine Systems
• neurons and nerve impulse transmission
• central and peripheral nervous systems
• reflex arcs, sensory receptors
• endocrine system and hormones
• Unit B: Reproduction and Development
• reproductive systems, hormones and technologies
• embryonic and fetal development
• parturition and lactation
• Unit C: Cell Division, Genetics and Molecular Biology
• cell cycle, mitosis and meiosis
• alternation of generations, Mendel’s laws of heredity
• monohybrid, dihybrid and sex-linked inheritance
• incomplete dominance and codominance
• model of DNA, replication, transcription, translation, and mutations
• genetic engineering
• Unit D: Population and Community Dynamics
• Hardy-Weinberg principle
• gene pool, natural selection
• symbiotic relationships and interactions
• population size: natality, mortality, immigration, emigration
• population growth rate and growth curves
Recommended Equipment

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Microscopes

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# Chemistry (20 & 30)

### Chemistry 20 Key Concepts

• Unit A: The Diversity of Matter and Chemical Bonding
• chemical, ionic, and covalent bonds
• electronegativity and polarity
• intramolecular and intermolecular forces, hydrogen bond
• VSEPR theory
• Unit B: Forms of Matter: Gases
• C and K temperature scales, absolute zero
• real and ideal gases
• law of combining volumes
• Charles’, Boyle’s and ideal laws
• standard temperature and pressure
• Unit C: Matter as Solutions, Acids and Bases
• homogeneous mixtures
• solubility electrolyte/nonelectrolyte
• concentration and dilution
• strong and weak acids and bases
• monoprotic/polyprotic acids and bases
• Arrhenius theory
• indicators
• hydronium (pH) and hyroxide (pOH) ions
• neutralization
• Unit D: Quantitative Relationships in Chemical Changes
• reaction stoichiometry
• precipitation
• limiting and excess reagents
• actual, theoretical and percent yield
• titration and curves for strong acids and bases
• end point vs. equivalence point

### Chemistry 30 Key Concepts

• Unit A: Thermochemical Changes
• Hess’ law
• molar enthalpy
• activation energy and catalysts
• calorimetry
• fuels and energy efficiency
• Unit B: Electrochemical Changes
• oxidation and reduction
• oxidizing and reducing agents
• redox reactions, half-reactions
• voltaic and electrolytic cells
• electrolysis
• corrosion
• Unit C: Chemical Changes of Organic Compounds
• organic compounds and reactions
• structural formulas and isomers
• monomers and polymers
• aliphatic and aromatic compounds
• saturated/unsaturated hydrocarbons
• functional groups
• Unit D: Chemical Equilibrium Focusing on Acid-Base Systems
• chemical equilibrium systems
• Le Chatelier’s principle
• acid-base equilibrium
• Bronsted-Lowry acids and bases
• titration curves
• conjugate pairs of acids and bases
• amphiprotic substances
• buffers and indicators
Matter, Gases, and Solutions (11)

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Thermochemistry, Electrochemistry, and Equilibrium (12)

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Laboratory Equipment

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